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PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2007 4:30 pm 
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Does anyone know why this would happen?

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I'm sure that image won't be up forever, so hopefully someone knows why this is happening. The logo on the right is incorrectly colored. The actual image is the same color as the background. It's not a GIF or a PNG, it's a JPEG. Why would this happen? Does Safari attempt to correct colors....?


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My apologies, but unless you have a Mac, the link is useless anyway. The image shows fine in Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Opera, but apparently Safari does not display correctly.

I know very little about Safari other than it being known to be very buggy.

By the way, a useful link:

- View your website in Safari for free.


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PNGs are excellent for images with high repetition and small colour pallets (screenshots!) - they're lossless and compress very well in these situations.

PNG is gamma corrected so it may not match the HTML/CSS colour codes you intend it to across platforms.

Also, PNG should NEVER be used to compress photos for the web - the file-size would be enormous.


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